Try tax credits, study suggests.
If we have learned anything about legislation over the past fifty years, it's that pleasant-sounding legislative statements can be used by the courts and by the Executive Branch to spin complex and intrusive regulatory regimes.
facepalm. headdesk. mind blown.
Not good for the city.
You know, I just can't believe it (sarc.)
Seattle is slowly beginning to pay for the law it foolishly imposed on itself.
"Unfair and discriminatory."
how about them apples?
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